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The provision of time-limited counselling by employers is an effective support for employees experiencing personal difficulties affecting work

Although many employers provide counselling services for employees experiencing work and personal issues, in times of economic pressure services may be at risk if they are not able to demonstrate their effectiveness. The aim of this study was to evaluate whether a workplace counselling service can bring about sustained change in well-being.

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ACAS launches employer mental health guide

ACAS, the employment advice, conciliation and arbitration service, has published a guide to promoting mental health in the workplace. The guide was produced with Workways, an NHS agency that specialises in workplace mental health. Stress is one of the leading causes of long-term sick leave, ACAS says. It cites new evidence that almost one in ...
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New Year’s Resolutions

Things like healthy eating, regular exercise and giving up smoking can have a real positive impact on our mental and physical health and are central to many people’s New Year's resolutions.

Every year millions of people make resolutions yet almost 80% of us fail to achieve them. Most of us strive for unrealistic goals and ...
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Why fathers have post-natal depression

By Philippa Roxby Health reporter, BBC News

 

A Gloucester man has been acquitted of murdering his six-month-old daughter, after saying he had had post-natal depression. The case of Mark Bruton-Young has put the issue of men who struggle to cope with becoming fathers in the headlines.

One out of every seve ...
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Dieting linked to eating disorders

Constant dieting in a bid to improve appearance and reach what is perceived as a ‘socially acceptable' low weight can cause an obsession with weight and an increased likelihood of developing an eating disorder such as anorexia or bulimia.

This is the conclusion of research by Kamilah Tomlinson, Natasha Boxill et al of Lewisha ...
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